Apple Inc. said a monitor appointed to oversee antitrust compliance at the company in the wake of its electronic books price-fixing case is “operating in an unfettered and inappropriate manner” and overbilling for it -- charging more than $138,000 in his first two weeks.
Fisker Automotive Inc., whose $103,000 plug-in hybrid car was driven by celebrities including Justin Bieber, filed for bankruptcy with plans to be acquired by a group said to include Richard Li, son of Hong Kong’s richest man.
Attorneys David Boies and Theodore Olson, adversaries in the 2000 U.S. Supreme Court battle over the presidential election vote count and allies in the fight to legalize gay marriage in California, agreed again about same-sex unions.
Al Gore seems to be having a sort of come-to-Wall-Street moment, and he’s not alone. If some analysts are right, fossil fuels are about to get sucker punched. Peak coal? Peak oil? Peak fossil fuels? It all depends on China.
Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP and Torys LLP advised Endo Health Solutions Inc. on its agreement to buy Canadian drugmaker Paladin Labs Inc. for about $1.6 billion to expand in that country and emerging markets.
The United States has no national tax or price on carbon dioxide pollution. That doesn't mean it doesn't cost investors anything there or elsewhere, says former Vice President Al Gore. He and David Blood, co-founders of Generation Investment Management, this morning published a new paper explaining the evolution of their thinking on "sustainable capitalism," and how investors can lessen their financial risks from climate change. Gore and I spoke on Oct. 17.